• $380 million capital cost.
• 180 Mw generation.
• Electricity to power 75,000 homes each year.
• 53 turbines featuring a three-blade rotor controlled by a microprocessor pitch control system.
• The 57m long blades are made of carbon and fibre-glass and consist of two airfoil shells bonded to a supporting beam.
• Scheduled to begin in september 2018
• More than 300 construction jobs, 12 permanent positions
• Estimated 20-year project life